Lush Rocket Science Bath Bomb

Hello!

Before I get into this post I just wanted to mention a little update that I have made to my blog. Those of you who are following me on Instagram will already know, but I have finally changed my blog name and I’m really pleased with it! I thought my old name was a bit confusing and not very me so from now on my blog will be called ‘NotesbyLaura’ (I’ve decided to keep my old URL though as it looks a bit complicated to have everything redirected).

Anyway, onto the Lush review! As soon as I saw this cute little spaceship I knew I had to try it. This is the Rocket Science bath bomb, one of the most recent products released by Lush. It is one of their cheaper bath bombs, retailing at £2.95, but it does not disappoint!

One thing I love about this is the scent. It does have a strong citrusy smell, but it is very refreshing as it contains Sicilian Lemon Oil and Bergamot Oil.

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Hands down, this is the most entertaining bath bomb I have ever used. I love how it is a slow fizzer that zooms around in the bathtub, emitting trails of blue and pink glittery foam which blend to create a beautiful scene in the tub, resembling that of a galaxy. I genuinely felt like a magical mermaid in a sparkly lagoon whilst in the bath.

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Just a little warning, unless you’re a fan of blue legs, don’t try and get in the bath before it has finished dissolving as it contains quite a lot of colour which does stain your skin if you touch the bath bomb. Despite this, I didn’t find it stained the bath as long as you give it a quick rinse afterwards.

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Overall I would give the Rocket Science bath bomb 5/5. For under £3 this is definitely worth the money. It’s fun, visually pleasing, smells great and leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth. They have a similar submarine one which I imagine will be amazing too!

Have you tried this bath bomb?

Thank you for reading, and have a lovely day!

Laura

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Products That Cleared My Acne

Hello!

Firstly I apologise for not uploading as regularly at the moment. I was lacking inspiration and wasn’t really feeling like blogging but after my mini break I’m excited to create new posts again.

For the past few months my skin has been terrible. I was always one of those lucky teenagers who rarely got spots which I am very grateful for, but I feel like as soon as I hit my 20s my skin definitely went down hill. My skin gets very oily but dry too (confusing I know), and my forehead decided to present to the world a nice display of spots. There’s an abundance of skincare products available to help with all kinds of issues, and through trial and error I have finally found a few that have helped to clear my acne.

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Face Wash

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser – I received a free sample of this when I purchased a few bits from Superdrug and I loved it so much that I bought the full sized bottle. This face wash is so gentle and moisturising. It’s quite runny and doesn’t foam up so it is easy to wash off. I love how this doesn’t sting my dry skin, and it’s non-comedogenic so it won’t clog up any pores.

Acnecide 5% Wash Benzoyl Peroxide – I made the decision to purchase this after battling with some stubborn spots for a good few months. Nothing appeared to clear them until I tried this. It takes a while to work, I noticed an improvement after about 2 weeks, but I love how this stopped my skin developing new spots whilst simultaneously clearing up any spots I currently had.

Exfoliator 

Eucerin Dermo-Purifyer Scrub – I like to use an exfoliator once or twice a week to remove any dead skin cells before they clog my pores up. This has an oil free formula so it’s great for oily skin, and it is gentle on dry areas as it’s not a harsh/scratchy exfoliator.

Moisturiser 

Cetaphil Moisturising Cream – This cream feels really thick and luxurious and cleared up my dry patches within 2 days. I love how it’s a rich cream, but also non-comedogenic and  fragrance free so it doesn’t upset your skin.

Dermalex Acne Treatment – A pharmacist recommended this to me after I enquired about the best cream to heal acne spots. This claims to create a barrier on the skin to reduce the amount of acne-causing bacteria, whilst also moisturising the skin. I found my skin looked worse at first as all my spots were coming to a head, but afterwards the benefits of this cream started to be visible. They say things get worse before they get better!

I have used these for a few months now, but I only use the Acnecide and Dermalex products when I need to if any spots appear. Overall I can say my skin looks and feels a lot better.

What products do you use to help with acne?

Thank you so much for reading!

Laura

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